Boris today said people should “stick to the facts” on the EU Referendum debate today, which would be believable if it didn’t come after he falsely claimed the EU was stopping the sale of bananas in large bunches.
Asked about the Tory grandee Heseltine slamming him last night, Boris told BBC News:
I think the most important thing is that everybody should cut out the synthetic outrage about things I have said, and stick to the facts.
He was asked to respond to Michael Heseltine yesterday slamming him and saying Boris was losing his judgement over the EU Referendum debate.
Meanwhile, yesterday, Boris told a crowd of people:
It is absurd we are told that you cannot sell bananas in bunches of more than two or three bananas.
As every sane person on the planet has pointed out, this is untrue.
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So… when exactly will Boris stick to the facts?